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Oxfordshire school wins Supacord Carpet competition

The Cooper School in Bicester, Oxfordshire has won Heckmondwike FB’s popular ‘Carpet for Schools’ competition. The competition received an overwhelming response this year, with over 350 entries, with the Cooper School selected at random to win Heckmondwike FB’s Supacord carpet, ...

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University of Brighton selects Willmott Dixon for £19m fit-out project

  The University of Brighton has appointed Willmott Dixon as contractor for a £19m project to refurbish a 10-storey 1960s-built teaching block for the University of Brighton. The refurbishment of the University of Brighton’s Cockcroft building, Willmott Dixon’s largest ever interiors ...

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Agglomerate for coordinated floor-to-ceiling look

Matching floor-to-ceiling interior finishes are currently exciting designers, architects and developers, who specify an identical look for floor tiles, stairways, vanities, countertops, wall cladding, partitions, panels and waterproof liners. One hard surface material that is exceptional for this coordinated styling ...

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Workplace Art – part two

How do workplace occupiers feel about art in their offices? In the second of three columns, Patrick McCrae, founder and director of Works in Print, analyses the current state of workplace art research A 2003 survey by New Hampshire Business ...

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Forbo is on the beat at Staffordshire Police HQ

The recent transformation of a former vehicle servicing garage into a new multi-purpose HQ building for Staffordshire Police was a challenging refurbishment project calling for a wide range of different flooring types. Forbo Flooring Systems supplied The Design Consultancy of ...

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CEOs are having the wrong workplace debate: It’s all about the culture

The flurry of recent news has raised the issue of corporate workplace strategy to provocative levels. However, CEOs continue to have the wrong workplace debate, according to Jones Lang LaSalle’s global workplace strategy board. The real debate should focus on ...

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Wandsworth launches sleek Penthouse sockets and switches range

Pioneer of the flat plate wiring accessory, The Wandsworth Group, has made sockets and switches sleeker than ever with the launch of its Penthouse range of screw-less, flush-fitting plates. Engineered to remove the need for the plastic grids or intermediary ...

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Safety matting protects Mosque prayers

Heronrib matting, manufactured by Plastic Extruders Ltd, is helping keep prayers safe at the Karama Mosque in Dubai. The slip resistant matting has been specified by Intercare Ltd, Plastex distributor in the UAE, and was installed over the tiled floors ...

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Pontefract Squash Club improves facilities with LED ideas

Pontefract squash club is home to world champions Lee Beachill and James Willstrop. It regularly hosts international competitions and holds training camps for players from around the globe. When the club wanted to improve some of its courts it looked ...

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Riegens are in the Frame

Riegens Lighting chose LuxLive 2012 for the launch of its new Frame slim-line, suspended luminaire. Combining the latest generation of LEDs with prismatic light technology, Frame’s aesthetic design makes it ideal for high end office lighting installations. Frame provides direct ...

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